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Chiemsee Schifffahrt

Seestr. 108, 83209 Prien am Chiemsee, Bavaria, Germany
+49 8051 6090
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Great experience, even if "forced"

The only way to reach the Hereninsel and the Fraueninsel is by ferry In summer is recommended to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
odiseoalecto
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Purmerend, The Netherlands
Good ride ... And only way to reach Chiemse Palace

We took the Ferry to reach the Chiemse Palace and its adjoining Island Fraueninsel. The fare was... read more

Reviewed January 5, 2018
Dan M
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Seestr. 108, 83209 Prien am Chiemsee, Bavaria, Germany
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+49 8051 6090
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The only way to reach the Hereninsel and the Fraueninsel is by ferry In summer is recommended to stop at Prien's main station, take the steam train to the ferry embarkment Otherwise you can park (not free) close to the same ferry Close to the...More

1  Thank odiseoalecto
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Reviewed 5 January 2018

We took the Ferry to reach the Chiemse Palace and its adjoining Island Fraueninsel. The fare was around around 12 euros for over one hour trip. We could stop at the 1st island to visit the Palace as long as we wished and the stop...More

Thank Dan M
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Reviewed 27 September 2017

Arriving in Prien am Chiemsee this Ascension Day, I wouldn't normally be one to pass up the chance of a walk, but, in deference to the weather conditions and my wife's aversion to a suntan, I chose to take the slower option of steam train...More

Thank M C
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Reviewed 23 September 2017

get off the train in Prien a chiemsee, take the steam train right to the boat, get on the boat to herenhinsel,walk about 20 minutes or take the cool horse carriage to King Ludwigs last castle he built before he died. It is unfinished, but...More

1  Thank bighorn2014
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

Munich, if you've been once or twice then Prien am Chiemsee is a great 1 day trip if you're looking for things to do outside of Munich. The train ride itself is fun and the boat trip over can be confusing as there are a...More

1  Thank AtlantaLuvTaTravel
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Reviewed 29 August 2017

We drove to Prien port where we parked. There's a spa of some sort with a big parking lot and it costs about €6 for a day, so not bad. We then walked over to where the ferries depart and took the tour that allowed...More

Thank Christopher E
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Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

It is a good place to visit! First, u need to take a train to Prien a Chiemsee! Then u change to a steam train next to hbf! After that a boat ride, and then a coach / by foot! Then you will arrive the...More

Thank Marsha L
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Reviewed 10 August 2017

Boarded the Ferry at Seebruck close to our hotel. It was a very relaxing journey that took 70 mins to Herreninsel via Chieming and Fraueninsel. The boat was very pleasant and efficient. The timings were spot on and the queues were not too long. You...More

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Reviewed 30 July 2017

The ferry on Lake Chiemsee is the best way to get to the islands of Herreninsel and Fraueninsel to see the Herrenchiemsee palace and Benedictine nunnery respectively. At peak season I believe you can take the ferry from several points around the lake, but we...More

1  Thank ihaveshoos
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Reviewed 25 July 2017

We took the boat to Herrn Chiemsee and back to visit the Castle. We love the boat ride over the amazing Chiemsee.

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What a good question. For regional and local trains there really isn't much difference but for the longer-distance trains (ICE, IC, EC, etc.) first class buys you a somewhat bigger seat, more legroom and a usually... More
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